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Ohio Revised Code Title XXXVII. Health Safety Morals § 3715.37

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Sections 3715.28 to 3715.36, inclusive, of the Revised Code apply to any farmer who manufactures for sale in any one year more than twenty-five barrels of pure cider or fruit vinegar.  Such vinegar must be branded “domestic cider vinegar,” and marked with the name of such farmer and the date of its manufacture.

(1) If the Director of Natural Resources finds that the withdrawal and transportation of ground water requested by the applicant are reasonable, are not contrary to the conservation and beneficial use of ground water, and are not otherwise detrimental to the public welfare, he or she shall grant a permit to the applicant to withdraw and transport water in the amount applied for or in a lesser amount. The permit so granted shall have a priority date as of the time when the application is filed with the director.

(2) In determining whether to grant or deny a permit under subsection (1) of this section, the director shall consider the factors set forth in subdivisions (1) through (7) of section 46-613.01.

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